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The adoption of new digital technologies and decentralized control paradigms in the production industry requires incremental approaches for the transformation of existing processes and systems. This paper presents experiences from a digitalization project at ENGEL Austria that aims to introduce a new internal logistics system based on automated guided vehicles (AGVs). The project was carried out using Subject-oriented Business Process Management (S-BPM). In particular, subject interaction diagrams represent the increments in the transformation from an initial, largely human-operated system towards a highly automated AGV system. The diagrams led to a better understanding of the workers' tasks and what changes are required with every addition of a new component or new interaction with an existing component.

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Title S-BPM ONE '19 Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Subject-Oriented Business Process Management table of contents
Program Chair Stefanie Betz Furtwangen University, Germany
Article No. 3
Publication Date2019-06-26 (yyyy-mm-dd)
PublisherACM New York, NY, USA ©2019
ISBN: 978-1-4503-6250-4 doi>10.1145/3329007.3329015
Paper Acceptance Rate 10 of 17 submissions, 59%

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Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Subject-Oriented Business Process Management
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Dependable data sharing in dynamic IoT-systems: subject-oriented process design, complex event processing, and blockchains
Albert Fleischmann, Christian Stary
Article No.: 1
doi>10.1145/3329007.3329009
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Internet of Things (IoT) applications are increasingly used in domains critical for society and adapted to individual needs. Thereby, various physical entities, humans and computer programs are dynamically networked while being situated in different ...
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Subject-oriented specification of IoT scenarios
Harshitha Venkatakumar, Werner Schmidt
Article No.: 2
doi>10.1145/3329007.3329011
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Internet of Things (IoT), with its notion in industrial settings in Europe and particularly German-speaking countries also named Industry 4.0, is a major topic in the digitalization wave. Beside horizontal integration on the shop floor, this concept ...
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Incremental implementation of automated guided vehicle-based logistics using S-BPM: experience report of a digitalization project at ENGEL Austria
Christoph Moser, Udo Kannengiesser
Article No.: 3
doi>10.1145/3329007.3329015
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The adoption of new digital technologies and decentralized control paradigms in the production industry requires incremental approaches for the transformation of existing processes and systems. This paper presents experiences from a digitalization project ...
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Conformance checking: a state-of-the-art literature review
Sebastian Dunzer, Matthias Stierle, Martin Matzner, Stephan Baier
Article No.: 4
doi>10.1145/3329007.3329014
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Conformance checking is a set of process mining functions that compare process instances with a given process model. It identifies deviations between the process instances' actual behaviour ("as-is") and its modelled behaviour ("to-be"). Especially in ...
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Towards a comprehensive understanding of the context concepts in context-aware business processes
Rongjia Song, Jan Vanthienen, Weiping Cui, Ying Wang, Lei Huang
Article No.: 5
doi>10.1145/3329007.3329020
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Recent studies explore context-awareness as a new paradigm and principle in BPM (Business Process Management). However, there is still a lack of consensus on the meaning of context related concepts in the BPM area. While most people tacitly understand ...
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An extended subject-oriented business process management execution semantics
André Wolski, Stephan Borgert, Lutz Heuser
Article No.: 6
doi>10.1145/3329007.3332706
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The Subject-oriented Business Process Management (S-BPM) paradigm provides concepts and methods to support the development of in- and inter-organizational parallel and distributed processes. S-BPM Process Models are directly executable and formal ...
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A CoreASM based reference implementation for subject-oriented business process management execution semantics
André Wolski, Stephan Borgert, Lutz Heuser
Article No.: 7
doi>10.1145/3329007.3329018
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The Subject-oriented Business Process Management (S-BPM) paradigm provides concepts and methods to support the development of in- and inter-organizational parallel and distributed processes. S-BPM Process Models are directly executable and formal ...
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Applying agile methods and personas to S-BPM
Peter Forbrig, Anke Dittmar
Article No.: 8
doi>10.1145/3329007.3329010
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The paper discusses the application of stories, use-case slices and personas to S-BPM specifications. Stories are used to specify the behavior of a system in an abstract way. Personas drive the specification of such stories. Use-case slices as part of ...
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Can you see the wood for the trees?: collection and compilation of agility models for BPM
Matthias Lederer, Oleksandra Popova, Patrick Schmid
Article No.: 9
doi>10.1145/3329007.3329016
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Agility is considered as a key concept to increase flexibility in company environments. Especially in times of digital disruptions, attempts are made to transfer the software engineering methods and rules (e.g., SCRUM) to other processes from other domains ...
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Modeling complex process systems with subject-oriented means
Matthes Elstermann, Albert Fleischmann
Article No.: 10
doi>10.1145/3329007.3329008
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In an organization more or less all business processes are interconnected forming a large network or ecosystem of related activities. To describe (model) such complex process systems a formal language must offer the possibility to structure the according ...
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